Field Notes: Minnesota (con’t)

3:35 p.m.: Just got back from voting.

New registration table was full. Majority of people looked to be first-time voters. Amber didn’t seem to be too impressed by the whole procedure.

“It was kind of like a test at school,” she said, “but I didn’t have to study as much”.

She told me that the majority of her friends are voting Obama.

I didn’t have to show anyone my identification which seemed weird too me.

No donuts, cookies or little sandwiches . . . just a stupid “I Voted” sticker.

Damn, I knew I should have went early this morning.

4:02 p.m.: Folks for the McCain campaign just called wanting to know if they can count on my vote. I told them that they can count on my vote for McCain’s next Senate run.

Once Obama wraps up the election I’m going online and buying a new sofa from Pottery Barn. I’m expecting quite a windfall once the distribution of wealth kicks in and our country becomes Socialist.

Could Al Franken actually become a member of the Senate? Well, we did elect Jesse Ventura. It might be time to grab a Bible, a rifle and head for the bunker.

Con’t from Field Notes: Minnesota


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